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Saturday Workshop Assistant Post (Part Time) 


We are seeking a Workshop Assistant to work with us on Saturdays. This is a new role, created in response to changing staff patterns and provides an exciting opportunity to create a new one year post in our lively open access printmaking studio.

Founded in 1972 Glasgow Print Studio was established as an artist led studio to provide facilities and support to artists working in printmaking. Today we have over 250 members using our Open Access Studio which is kitted out with state of the art printmaking equipment and facilities in etching, screenprinting, relief printing, laser cutting and digital printing.

We are looking for a friendly and knowledgeable person, with good, recent experience in a variety of printmaking processes, an understanding of open access workshops and good communication skills to join our team. The focus of this post is not printing editions but rather to support members on a day-to-day level with basic technical queries, maintaining equipment and leading inductions for joining members.

Training will be provided.

Deadline for applications 2pm on Wednesday 17th August 2022

Title: Workshop Assistant Saturday Technician

Salary: £73.50 per day (one day per week 10am-6pm one hour unpaid lunch break). This post is funded for one year.

Reporting  to: Workshop Manager - Glasgow Print Studio 

Location: Glasgow Print Studio


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Application Process

Please send a current CV along with a covering letter outlining your interest in the post and how your skills and experience would make you a suitable candidate for this role, with particular detail on your experience with print processes and equipment. Please include two references to be taken up if offered the post.

Applications should be emailed FAO Claire Forsyth, Workshop Manager to by 2pm on Wednesday 17th August 2022. Interviews are planned to take Friday 26th August.

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